PPP Forum

In the context of increasing climate change, Vietnam’s Water Sector have been facing many challenges, including flood, drought, salinity intrusion, water pollution, etc…and they are projected to be more completed and unpredictable inthe future. Over a period of time, Vietnam has received great deals of funding supports and assistance from national and international organizations and donors to respond to these challenges. These supports are absolutely essential and important to the improved management of the water sector towards sustainable development of Vietnam and the region.  Nowadays, Public-private partnerships (PPP) plays an important role in the exploitation, use and management of water resources in the world. To catch up with that trend, the government of Vietnam has been promulgating and implementing more and more policies and decisions to apply PPP to the development of Vietnam water sector. Public-private partnerships can help improve access to safe water and sanitation services by delivering service to households, building new infrastructure, improving technology or using clean technology to better meet the needs of the community. Public-Private Partnership Business Forum will explore issues surrounding Performance Public Private Partnership (PPP) and sharing of upcoming PPP Projects.  Therefore, to review and exchange lessons leant among PPP models as well as identify ways forward for more efficient financing in water and environmental sectors, we are proud to hold a the 2nd PPP Forum at the occasion of the ietnam International Water Week-VACI2018, 3-7 Mar 2018.

  • Moderators

Mr. Walter Tendencia, Email: walter.tendencia@manilawater.com – Manila Water—Vietnam Representative

Dr. Trinh Hoa – Vietnam Representative, 2030 Water Resources Group, WRG2030

  • Date & Venue

1:00 pm – 2:30 pm, March 05th, 2018

Pink Diamond Room, ALMAZ 1st Floor

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Meeting plan in detail Order Presentation / Discussion topic Confirmed speakers
1 Opening remark Mr. Ferdz Dela Cruz

Manila Water President and CEO

2 PPP in Vietnam’s Water Sector PPP Office, Public Procurement Agency of MPI, PPP in Vietnam’s Water Sector
3 PPP in water sector in Vietnam Dr. Hung Tran

CEO, Monitor Consulting

4 PPP in water monitoring: Story of Cocacola Le Tu Cam Ly

Cocacola Vietnam

5 Private sector participation in in the water sector: Optimal allocation of risk Mr Paul Smith

International Manager, Australian Water Association (AWA)

6 The Manila Water Story— An example of successful PPP Virgilio C. Rivera Jr.Designation President and CEO, Manila Water Philippine and Manila Water Asia Pacific
7 The success of PPP in The Philippines’ Water Sector Lawrence Velasco

Director, PPP Center Philippines

8 Unblocking blended finance to help improve water efficiency in water scarcity states Rochi Khemkha

WRG2030

9 Panel Discussion: Opportunities and Challenge in water financing with PPP All Speakers
Mr. Ferdz Dela Cruz

Manila Water President and CEO

PPP Office, Public Procurement Agency of MPI, PPP in Vietnam’s Water Sector
Dr. Hung Tran

CEO, Monitor Consulting

Le Tu Cam Ly

Cocacola Vietnam

Mr Paul Smith

International Manager, Australian Water Association (AWA)

Virgilio C. Rivera Jr.Designation President and CEO, Manila Water Philippine and Manila Water Asia Pacific
Lawrence Velasco

Director, PPP Center Philippines

Rochi Khemkha

WRG2030

Manila Water

Website: http://www.manilawater.com
The 2030 Water Resources Group is a unique public-private-civil society collaboration. We facilitate open, trust-based dialogue processes to drive action on water resources reform in water stressed countries in developing economies. The ultimate aim of such reforms and actions is to close the gap between water demand and supply by the year 2030.

Our global partners include bilateral agencies and governments (Sida, SDC and the Government of Hungary), private companies (Nestlé, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Grundfos, Dow, AB InBev), development banks (IFC, the World Bank, African Development Bank, Inter-American Development Bank), INGOs and IGPs (UNDP, GGGI, GWP, the Forum, BRAC and IUCN). The 2030 WRG was launched in 2008 at the World Economic Forum and has been hosted by IFC since 2012.

Website: https://www.2030wrg.org/